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ATA Membership and ServicesTop of page

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Members’ Handbook
Revised annually, the handbook contains such basic information about the ATA as a directory of its officers, an explanation of its structure and services, and a compilation of its bylaws and educational policy. (MS-11)
 $10
($14 coil-bound)
 $15
($19 coil-bound)
Annual Report of The Alberta Teachers’ Association
Contains the summary of ATA activities undertaken during that period. (COOR-28)
Free Free
ATA Directory and Information Guide
Lists the major services and programs offered by the ATA and the staff member associated with each. (COMM-35)
Free Free
ATA Library Brochure
A description of the ATA library services available to ATA members. Includes hours of operation and contact information. (LIB-10 2013 06, brochure)

Brochure Bibliothèque de l’ATA
Description des services bibliothécaires offerts aux membres de l’ATA qui enseignent en français. Comprend heures d’ouverture et autres coordonnées. (LIB-10F 2011 03, brochure)
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The advantages of having the Alberta Teachers’ Association as your bargaining agent 
This flyer outlines the benefits of associate membership to teachers at charter and private schools. (TW-114, 2013 05)

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Canadian Teachers’ Federation: Benefits and Services to Alberta Teachers 
The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is a national federation of teacher organizations in Canada. This brochure describes the work of CTF and the many benefits to the ATA of membership in CTF. (COMM-162-1, 2013 05 brochure)

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Hotel Rates for ATA Members 2014 
Lists the hotel rates available to ATA members at major hotels throughout the province. (MS-41).
NB: This document is only available to ATA members who are logged into the website.
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Member’s Diary
Contains a daily calendar featuring key ATA events, an overview of ATA services and other information relevant to members. (MS-9)
$2.00 (including GST) Not Available
Agenda
Cet agenda offre un résumé des services offerts par l’ATA et est une excellente source d’information pour les membres. (MS-10)
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Membership Matters
Describes the benefits of Association membership and outlines the services available for each category of membership. (MS-60 2010 brochure)
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Orientation Handbook
Provides an overview of ATA programs and services (including specialist councils), contains the principles used by the Teacher Salary Qualifications Board, and explains the collective bargaining process (MS-3).
NB: This document is only available to ATA members who are logged into the website.
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Manuel d’orientation 
Offre un aperçu des programmes et services de l’ATA, comprend les principes du Teacher Salary Qualifications Board, et explique le processus de négociation collective. (MS-3F)
NB : Ce document n’est accessible qu’aux membres de l’ATA connectés au site.
   
Principles for the Evaluation of Years of Teacher Education for Salary Purposes
Describes how the Teacher Qualifications Service operates and contains the principles it uses to assess teacher qualifications for salary purposes. (PD-TQS-1 2012 08, 14 pp)
Principes pour le calcul à fin salariale des années d'études menant à l'enseignement  
Ce livret donne un aperçu du fonctionnement du Teacher Qualifications Service et propose une traduction du texte des “principes” (TSQB Principles) actuellement en vigueur pour le calcul à fin salariale des années d’études menant à l’enseignement de chaque enseignant albertain. (PD-TQS-1 2012 08, 14 pp)
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Services en français de l’ATA
Cette brochure décrit les services et les publications disponibles en français et contient le nom des membres du personnel de l’ATA à qui l’on peut s’adresser pour obtenir des services en français. (COMM-169 2013, 10 pp)
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Staff Relations Mediation Service: General Information
Describes the Staff Relations Service, a program that the ATA offers in conjunction with the College of Alberta School Superintendents to help resolve issues that divide members of a school staff. (MS-58 2003)
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Strategic Plan 2013
Outlines the strategic directions and preferred futures for the Alberta Teachers' Association. (COOR-69d 2014 03, 10 pp)
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Student Locals
Describes the benefits to education students of joining the ATA as a student member and explains how to do so. (MS-1 2013 09, brochure)
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We Are Teachers. Teaching is Our Profession.
Designed to inform, educate and engage members, this brochure reinforces the value and importance of the core work of the Association. It highlights a number of the Association’s principal programs and services.
(COMM-171EXT 2010, brochure) 
La profession enseignante, c'est nous!
Cette brochure qui réaffirme la valeur et l’importance du travail fondamental de l’Association a été créée avant tout pour informer, éduquer et encourager les membres à s’impliquer. Elle souligne les programmes et services majeurs de l’Association.
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Alberta's Education SystemTop of page

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A Brief History of Public Education in Alberta
Provides an overview of the major developments in public education in Alberta from 1905 to 2000. (COOR-54 2002, 98 pp)
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Changing Landscapes in co-creating a Learning Alberta: Shaping a Preferred Future 2015-2035 
This publication is part of a strategic effort to engage Albertans in a conversation about the trends that will impact the future of public education. This document represents the teaching profession’s views with respect to some of the key opportunities and challenges ahead for Alberta schools. (COOR-77EXT 2013 brochure)
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Going to School in Alberta 
Outlines the ATA’s position on alternative programs, private schools, charter schools and home schooling. (PE-46-76 brochure, 2008)
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Learning Together-Public Education in Alberta
Provides information on Alberta's public education system to newcomers to the province. Available in 14 languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Hindi, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Ukranian, Urdu, Vietnamese. (PE-48 2009 pamphlet, 7 pp)  Order Form
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Proceedings of the "Being Alberta in 2025" Symposium
Contains the proceedings of a symposium that the ATA co-hosted with the Creating Tomorrow Foundation in Calgary in September 2004. (COOR-62 2005, 22 pp)
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Provincial Achievement Tests: The Teaching Profession's View 
This brochure presents the Association’s views on Provincial Achievement Tests and advocates for their discontinuation at the Grade 3 and 6 levels.(PE-50EXT, 2012 02 brochure)
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A Vision and Mission for Public Education
Une Vision pour l'éducation Publique/la Mission de l'éducation publique 
Articulates the ATA’s vision for, and beliefs about the mission of, public education in Alberta. (PE-6 2006, 2 pp)
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Benefits and Working ConditionsTop of page

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At Our Best for Students
This brochure highlights the conditions of professional practice required by teachers in order to maximize their effectiveness in the classroom. (COMM-193EXT, 2012 08, 6 pp)
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Everything You Need to Know About Maternity Leave / Tout ce que vous devez savoir sur le congé de maternité
Outlines the steps that a woman should take to ensure that she receives the full benefits to which she is entitled during a maternity leave / Décrit les étapes à suivre afin d'obtenir ce à quoi vous avez droit lors d'un congé de maternité. (TW-8 / TW-8F 2012 brochure)
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Trying to Teach
Documents the experience of teachers in coping with educational innovations imposed by external authorities. (PD-14 1993, 27 pp)
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Trying to Teach: Necessary Conditions
Presents the teaching profession’s view of classroom conditions that must be in place for schools to effectively meet the learning needs of children. (PD-21 1994, 35 pp)
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Trying to Teach, Trying to Learn: Listening to Students
Reports a study, undertaken by Hans Smits from the University of Calgary, into the factors that students believe hinder and facilitate learning. (PD-14A 2003, 50 pp)
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Grants and AwardsTop of page

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Grants, Awards and Scholarships 2013/14 
Revised annually, this publication provides details about grants, awards and scholarships available to subgroups and others. (COMM-201, 2013 08, 17 pp).
Free Free
Grants Supporting Diversity, Equity and Human Rights
Outlines the criteria for applying for the grant that the ATA offers to members who undertake projects designed to create inclusive learning communities. (COMM-107 2013 10 brochure)
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ATA Educational Research Award, The
Explains the purpose of the award and presents the eligibility criteria for applying. (PD-50 brochure)
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ATA Educational Trust, The
Describes the bursaries and grants available from the Trust and explains how to apply. (AR-ETF-2 brochure)

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Local Political Engagement Award
Outlines the purpose of the award and presents the eligibility criteria for applying. (COOR-66-1b brochure)

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Political Engagement Grant
Outlines the criteria for applying for the grant that the ATA offers to support the development of meaningful relationships between locals and elected officials. (COOR-66-2b brochure)

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Human Rights IssuesTop of page

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Compassionate Classrooms: Understanding Student Mental Health
Produced by the ATA, the Canadian Mental Health Association and Global Television to help build awareness of the Healthy Minds. Bright Futures. program, this reference booklet provides teachers with information on common mental health issues, tools to help identify students in need and resources to help teachers make referrals to mental health professionals. (COOR-79e 2009, 26 pp)
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Salles de classe refuges
Produit par l’ATA, l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale et Global Television, ce guide de référence a pour but de promouvoir la campagne Bonne santé mentale : avenir prometteur et d’informer les enseignants de façon à ce qu’ils puissent reconnaître les symptômes de maladies mentales chez leurs élèves ou collègues et leur indiquer comment obtenir l’aide de professionnels qui pourront les aider. (COOR-79e 2010, 26 pages)
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Education Is Our Buffalo
Written by a team of aboriginal writers, this guide is intended to make teachers more aware of the history, culture, worldviews and present-day concerns of Alberta’s First Nations, Metis and Inuit people. (PD-80-7 2008, 62 pp)
Free $7.50
Gay-Straight Student Alliances in Alberta Schools: A Guide for Teachers 
Drawing upon current legislation, educational policy and research, this guide describes how best to create and sustain gay–straight student alliances in Alberta schools. (PD-80-6 2006 10, 36 pp)
Free $6
Here Comes Everyone
This monograph is designed to help school staff establish educational practices that honour and reflect intercultural perspectives. It provides practical advice for teachers, tips for administrators and a list of community resources. (MON-3 2011 09, 44 pp)

Ici, tout le monde est le bienvenu 
Ce guide a pour but d’aider le personnel scolaire à créer et à maintenir des pratiques qui valorisent et reflètent les perspectives interculturelles. Il fournit des conseils pratiques aux enseignants et aux cadres scolaires et une liste de ressources communautaires. (MON-3 2012 02, 44 pp)
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Just In Time
Published twice a year, this electronic newsletter covers issues related to diversity, equity and human rights. Available free by subscription. (PD-81q)
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Opening Doors in Public Education: A Forum on Diversity, Equity and Human Rights
Contains the proceedings of an invitational symposium on diversity issues that the ATA hosted in 2001. (PD-80)
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PRISM Toolkit for Safe and Caring Discussions About Sexual and Gender Minorities
The PRISM toolkit was created to help teachers promote safe and supportive classroom discussions about sexual minorities and gender variance. PRISM is an acronym for “Professionals Respecting and supporting Individual Sexual Minorities.” The kit is available as an online resource only. (PD-80-15, 2013 04)
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Politics and EducationTop of page

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A Guide to Alberta's 28th Legislature
The most comprehensive publication available on the operation of Alberta’s legislature and government. Three-ring binder format to allow for updates. (COMM-25 2013 01; updated 2013 09, 115 pp)

*Includes GST and shipping and handling.
Free $30.87*
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$50.71* guide & updates
Advocacy-A Practical Guide 
Designed to help teachers and parents communicate their message effectively to government representatives. (COMM-101 2013 07, 36 pp)
Free Free
ATA News Media Directory
Provides contact information for all daily and weekly newspapers and all radio and television stations in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. (COMM-17 60 pp)
Free $4
Election Action 2013: A School Board Election Handbook 
This publication has been prepared to assist teachers and other engaged citizens in organizing nonpartisan activities in support of the October 21, 2013 school board elections. (COMM-59-5, 2013 06, 123 pp)
NB: This document is only available to ATA members who are logged into the website.
One copy free; $5 additional copies Not Available


Professional DevelopmentTop of page

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Action Research Guide for Alberta Teachers
Explains how to undertake action research, a strategy that educators use to study educational issues, implement change and document professional growth. (PD-72 2000, 40 pp)
Free $4.50
Action Research: Facilitation and Implementation 
Provides background information and support to educational leaders who engage in the process of facilitating action research projects. (PD-77 2001, 56 pp)
Free $5
Collaborative Action Research: Experience and Reflections 
A collection of papers written by teachers and university personnel who participated in a graduate course that challenged them to analyze their teaching practice with a view to improving it. No 18 in the “Improvement of Instruction” series (IOIS-18 1988, 54 pp).
Free $5
Discussion Paper on Learning Coaches: Support for the Inclusive Classroom 
This discussion paper documents the results of the literature review and discussions about learning coaches. The paper also includes the personal perspectives on learning coaches from experienced teachers working in special education. (PD-142, 2011 03, 20 pp)
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Mentoring Beginning Teachers: Program Handbook
Designed to help schools, school boards and locals develop and implement mentoring programs for beginning teachers. (PD-90 2003, 76 pp)
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Mentorship Program: A Model Project
Describes a project that the ATA undertook in Red Deer to set up a mentorship program in which beginning teachers were teamed with veteran teachers willing to act as mentors. No 39 in the “Research” series. (PD-59 1999, 35 pp)
Free $4
PD E-News
Published 3 times a year, this electronic newsletter focuses on current issues related to professional development. Available free by subscription. (PD-97)
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Professional Development Programs and Services Guide 
Describes the major programs and services offered by the PD Program Area (PD-78).
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Substitute Teachers: Professional Replacements
Explores such topics of interest to substitute teachers as their contractual and membership status, their legal liability and the ATA services available to them. No 17 in the “Improvement of Instruction” series. (MON-4 Revised 2013, 38 pp).
Free $5
The Impact of Becoming a UNESCO ASPnet School in Alberta and Manitoba
(MON-1 2009, 28 pp)
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ResearchTop of page

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Alberta Voices: Teachers’ Aspirations for the Future of Teaching 
In 2011 the Association participated in research jointly sponsored by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation and the Canadian Education Association that asked the questions: (1) what conditions help teachers teach in a way that resonates with their beliefs about teaching and learning (2) what professional conditions help teacher teach they way they aspire to and (3) how can we create those conditions? This report is an analysis of the answers to those questions from three focus groups of Alberta teachers. (PD-151 2012 11, 20 pp)
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The Courage to Choose: Emerging Trends and Strategic Possibilities for Informed Transformation in Alberta Schools: 2010-2011
An ATA Research Update: Fall 2010
Drawing on recent research by the Alberta Teachers’ Association, this publication attempts to answer the following question: “What kind of society do we want to create in Alberta and what kind of teaching and learning will get us there?” (PD-86-11c 2010, 56 pp)
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Creating Possibilities, Balancing Priorities—the 2012 Professional Development Survey
An ATA Research Report: November 2012
This study reports the results of research the Association undertook during the 2011/12 school year on teachers’ perspectives of professional development activities and opportunities across the province. (PD-86-25 2012 11, 31 pp)
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The Early Years of Practice: Interim Report of a Five-Year Study of Beginning Teachers in Alberta
An ATA Research Update: February 2011
This publication summarizes the findings at the end of Year 3 of a five-year study that is tracking the experiences of a cohort of 135 Alberta teachers who began teaching in 2007. (PD-86-19 2011, 40 pp).
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Evaluating the School Principal: A Professional Model for Enhancing the Leadership Practices of Alberta’s School Administrators
An ATA Research Update: February 2010
This publication is the result of a two-year research project that field-tested the ATA’s model policy on the professional growth, supervision and evaluation of school administrators. It details the steps taken in the project and describes five general principles school boards should follow in implementing the Principal Quality Practice Guideline. (PD-86-16 2010, 23 pp)
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The Experience of Substitute Teaching in Alberta Schools
An ATA Research Update: February 2010
This document analyses the results of a 2008 online survey of teachers undertaken by the ATA with research assistance from the University of Alberta. The study identifies and discusses the challenges and rewards of substitute teaching, and seeks to instill a deeper appreciation in stakeholders of the vital role played by substitute teachers in Alberta’s educational system. (PD-86-15 2010, 24 pp)
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The Future of Teaching in Alberta 
An ATA Research Update: March 2011
Based on focus groups discussions with teachers and a review of current trends in education, this publication examines the future of teaching in Alberta over the next 20 years in terms of what is possible, what is probable and what is preferred. (PD-86-20 2011, 42 pp)
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A Great School for All: Transforming Education in Alberta 
An ATA Research Update: August 2012
This document sets out the Association’s views on the kind of educational transformation that is needed to ensure that Alberta continues to have one of the best education systems in the world. (PD-86-26 2012 07, 38 pp)
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The Impact of Digital Technologies on Teachers Working in Flexible Learning Environments 
An ATA Research Update: May 2011
This study, the largest of its kind in Canada to date, explores the ways in which the flexible timing and pacing of instruction affects the conditions of professional practice of teachers. (PD-86-21 2011, 44 pp)
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Leadership for Learning: The Experience of Administrators in Alberta Schools
An ATA Research Update: June 2009 (PD-86-14 2009, 12 pp)
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Looking Forward: Emerging trends and strategic possibilities for enhancing teaching and learning in Alberta schools 2009-2012
An ATA Research Update: Fall 2009 (PD-86-11b 2009, 44 pp)
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The 2011/12 National Study on Balancing Work, Life and Caregiving in Canada: The Situation for Alberta Teachers 
In 2011/12, Linda Duxbury, a researcher at Carleton University, conducted a national study on work–life issues as they affect the various professions. This report, which the Association published, focuses on Duxbury’s findings with respect to teachers in Alberta. (COOR-94 2013 03, 86 pp)

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The New Work of Teaching: A Case Study of the Worklife of Calgary Public Teachers
An ATA Research Update: February 2012
In the spring of 2011, twenty Calgary Public teachers kept detailed diaries for a one-week period on how they spent their time. In addition to reporting on the results of that study, this document includes a review of recent literature on maintaining a work–life balance. (PD-86-23 2012, 24 pp)
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Success for All: The Teaching Professions Views on the Future of Special Education
An ATA Research Update: February 2009
(PD-86-13 2009, 44 pp).
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Professional Learning for Informed Transformation: The 2010 Professional Development Survey
An ATA Research Update: November 2010
This publication presents the results of a survey that the Association conducted in 2010 on the professional development opportunities available to teachers in Alberta.
(PD-86-18 2010, 36 pp)
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Substitute Teachers in Alberta: A Research Report 
An ATA Research Update: October 2011
This document analyzes the results of a 2010 online survey of substitute teachers that the ATA undertook with research assistance from the University of Alberta. The study, a follow-up to one conducted in 2008, seeks to identify the unique challenges that substitute teachers encounter on a daily basis and to suggest potential solutions. (PD-86-22 2011, 35 pp)

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Teaching in the Early Years of Practice: A Five-Year Longitudinal Study 
An ATA Research Update: June 2013
This document contains the final report on a five-year study that the Association undertook on the experiences of a cohort of beginning teachers. (PD-86-19b 2013, 66 pp)
 
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Teaching in the Early Years of Practice: Fourth-Year Report 
An ATA Research Update: May 2012
This report summarizes the year-four findings of a five-year study that the Association is conducting on the experiences of beginning teachers. (PD-86-19a 2012, 48 pp)
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Transformation and Alberta’s Schools: A Time for Action 
In this brochure, the ATA presents, in summary form, its vision for how education needs to change to ensure that Alberta continues to have a world-class education system. For a detailed discussion of the vision, see the 2012 monograph A Great School for All—Transforming Education in Alberta. (PD-86-26aExt 2013 01, 32 pp)
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Using Technology to Support Real Learning First in Alberta Schools
An ATA Research Update: May 2010
This monograph examines the ideologies behind the installation of digital technology in schools. It includes a look at the changes that have resulted from the Alberta government’s investment of $1.5 billion in technology over the last fifteen years and identifies seven ways the government could transform the education system to ensure that it meets the needs of 21st-century learners. (PD-86-17 2010, 40 pp)
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School AdministratorsTop of page

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Association Services for School Administrators 
Provides an overview of the services that the ATA offers to school administrators (MS-19 2013 brochure).
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Handbook for Administrator Mentorship
Highlights resources that are designed to help school administrators in Alberta carry out their increasingly complex roles (PD-99 2006, 54 pp).
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Leadership Update
Published about six times a year, this newsletter discusses current issues of interest to school administrators. Availble free by subscription (COMM-118).
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Principal Professional Growth for Continuous Improvement: A Collaborative Model Project 
In the fall of 2009, the Black Gold Regional Division No 18 and the Alberta Teachers’ Association collaborated on a project focusing on the implementation of the Principal Quality Practice Guideline. This project had four goals: (1) encourage a leadership culture (2) develop policy for principal professional growth (3) pilot the framework for professional growth and (4) publish a final project report. This document is that final report. (PD-162 2013 03, 59 pp)
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Reflecting on Leadership for Learning: Case Studies of Five Alberta Elementary School Principals
This book reports the findings of University of Alberta researchers Jim Parsons and Larry Beauchamp who interviewed teachers in five highly successful elementary schools in Alberta to determine what kind of leadership supports effective teaching and learning. (COOR-86 2011, 192 pp).
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Reflections on Leadership Practice: Projects Reports 2010
This report is a compilation of five action-research project reports from the 2010 cohort of ten school principals from Edmonton Public Schools, who took part in Reflections on Practice, a two-year professional development program for school administrators offered by the Alberta Teachers’ Association.
(PD-138 2010, 56 pp)
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Specialist CouncilsTop of page

The publications listed here are special projects that the Association’s specialist councils publish from time to time in addition to their regular journals and newsletters.
 
Regular journals and newsletters are available by subscription only. For more detailed information about specialist council publications, consult the Council Directory.

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English as a Second Language Council
Understanding ESL Learners: Distinguishing Between Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills (BICS) and Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency 
(ESL-3-1 2010 09, pamphlet)
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Understanding ESL Learners: Meeting Needs in the Classroom 
Designed to help classroom teachers address the needs of an increasingly diverse student population (ESL-3-2 2010 09, pamphlet).
Free
Understanding ESL Learners: Teaching in the Content Areas 
Suggests strategies for helping students to acquire English as a second language at the same time that they are learning the content of the curriculum (ESL-3-3 2010 09, pamphlet).
Free
Understanding ESL Learners: Assessment 
Outlines five reasons for assessing ESL learners (ESL-3-4 2010 09, pamphlet)
Free
Understanding ESL Learners: Differentiating Instruction 
Describes three aspects of differentiated instruction: direct language instruction, culturally inclusive environment, and differentiation and modification (ESL-3-5 2010 09, pamphlet).
Free
Understanding ESL Learners: Moving Toward Cultural Responsiveness 
(ESL-3-6 2010 09, pamphlet)
Free
Global Environmental and Outdoor Education Council
Five Minute Field Trips: Teaching About Nature in Your Schoolyard
Describes activities that teachers can undertake to help students become more aware of, better understand, and participate more responsibly in the natural world (GEOEC-4 2000, 48 pp).
$10


Student AssessmentTop of page

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Time for change. Time for action - Teachers and Educational Accountability
(PD-113EXT 2007, brochure)
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Real Learning First: The Teaching Profession’s View of Student Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability for the 21st Century
Outlines the wide range of policies and principles that Alberta’s teaching profession has developed to ensure that Alberta students are well-served by the public education system. (PD-75-5 Revised 2009 07, 34 pp)
Free Free
Teacher Leadership in Assessment
A joint project of the Alberta Teachers’ Association and the Alberta Assessment Consortium, this monograph is for all educators committed to improving student literacy. (COOR-75 2008, 87 pp).
Free $7.50


Teachers as ProfessionalsTop of page

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Be the Difference: Teach
Explains the steps involved in becoming a professional teacher (EXT-1 2005, 8 pp).
Free Free
Code of Professional Conduct/Code de conduite professionnelle (2004)
8.5x11 version is printed in French on one side of the page and in English on the other; 11x17 version (available to Members only) is printed in blue ink and is suitable for framing. (IM-4E/IM-4F)
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Declaration of Rights and Responsibilities for Teachers/Déclaration des droits et responsabilités des enseignants (2004)
8.5x11 version is printed in French on one side of the page and in English on the other; 11x17 version (available to Members only) is printed in blue ink and is suitable for framing. (IM-5E/IM-5F)
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E-Liability 
This brochure provides advice to teachers on using social media (such as Twitter and Facebook) in school and with parents. (MS-88 2012, brochure)
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Practice Review
This brochure defines Practice Review and provides information on what happens when a teacher’s competence is called into question. (MS-80a 2013 09, brochure)
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Teachers’ Rights, Responsibilities and Legal Liabilities
Addresses such topics as teacher contracts, teaching duties, teacher liability, assault, students with special needs, student evaluation, the role of the administrator and professional relations. No 7 in the “Problems in Education” series. (MON-2 Revised 2013, 60 pp)

Droits, responsabilités et obligations légales des enseignants
Aborde de nombreux sujets dont : contrats d’emploi, fonctions de l’enseignant, voies de fait, évaluation des élèves, rôle des directions d’école, relations professionnelles, ainsi que perfectionnement, supervision et évaluation des enseignants . Publié pour la première fois en français en janvier 2012, et revise en janvier 2014. (MON-2F, 61 pp)
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Teachers and Educational Assistants: Roles and Responsibilities––Subject to change on proclamation of the Education Act.
Defines the respective roles and responsibilities of teachers and teachers’ assistants and provides advice on how to make the relationship between them as effective as possible (MON-5 2013, 28 pp).
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The Professional Face of Education
Describes teacher professionalism-its importance, look and outcomes. (COMM-156EXT 2008 pamphlet, 4 pp)

Le visage professionnel de l’éducation
Explications sur l’importance du professionnalisme en éducation et conseils aux membres de l’ATA.
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Teacher GuidesTop of page

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Available in French and English, these pamphlets contain basic information on a range of topics of interest to teachers.
Administration of Medication: Rights and Risks (TG28M) Free Free
Administration de médicaments (TGF28M) Gratuit Gratuit
Beyond the Norm: Dealing with Parental Harassment (TG28K) Free Free
Harcèlement parental (TGF28K) Gratuit Gratuit
Employee Assistance Programs (TG28B) Free Free
Leaves of Absence (TG28C) Free Free
Congés autorisés (TGF28C) Gratuit Gratuit
Maintaining Standards: Professional Discipline (TG28A) Free Free
Professionnalisme et mesures disciplinaires (TGF28A) Gratuit Gratuit
Part-Time Teaching: Frequently Asked Questions (TG28O) Free Free
Enseignement à temps partiel (TGF28O) Gratuit Gratuit
Sick Leave (TG28N) Free Free
Congés de maladie (TGF28N) Gratuit Gratuit
Substitute Teachers (TG28P) Free Free
Enseignants suppléants (TGF28P) Gratuit Gratuit
Teachers with Children in School (TG28L) Free Free
Parent et enseignants à la fois (TGF28L) Gratuit Gratuit
Teachers’ Conventions: Obligations (TG28F) Free Free
Devoir d’assister à son « teachers’ convention » (TGF28F) Gratuit Gratuit
Tenure, Termination and Transfer (TG28G) Free Free
Titularisation, resiliation et mutation (TGF28G) Gratuit Gratuit
What To Do in a Crisis (TG28H) Free Free
Que faire en cas de crise (TGF28H) Gratuit Gratuit
Why Is There an ATA? (TG28I) Free Free
A quoi sert l’ATA (TGF28I) Gratuit Gratuit


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